Eleven Central European Films Receive Eurimages Support

Wednesday 28 June, 2017

STRASBOURG: Eurimages selected 27 films to receive funding in its June 2017 round, including 11 projects from Central European countries. Eight of the selected films originate in Central European countries.

Among them are films by internationally awarded directors including Slovakia’s Mira Fornay, Slovenia’s Sonja Prosenc, Estonia’s Veiko Ounpuu and two Romanian directors: Radu Muntean and Corneliu Porumboiu.

The list of CEE films and directors receiving Eurimages funds follows:


The Man Who Surprised Everyone (Russia, Estonia, France)
Directed by Natalya Merkulova (Russia), Alexey Chupov (Russia)


Is This What You Were Born For? (Romania, Czech Republic, France, Bulgaria)
Directed by Radu Jude (Romania)


Motherland (Lithuania, Latvia)
Directed by Tomas Vengris (Lithuania)


The Magic Quill (Czech Republic, Slovakia)
Directed by Marek Najbrt (Czech Republic)


Alice T. (Romania, Sweden)
Directed by Radu Muntean (Romania)


History of Love (Slovenia, Italy, Norway)
Directed by Sonja Prosenc (Slovenia)


Gomera (Romania, Spain, France)
Directed by Corneliu Porumboiu (Romania)


The DB Campaign (Croatia, Slovenia, Serbia)
Directed by Dana Budisavljevic (Croatia)


The Last Ones (Estonia, Finland)
Directed by Veiko Õunpuu (Estonia)


The Humorist (Russia, Latvia, France, Germany, Turkey)
Directed by Michael Idov (United States of America - Germany)


Cook, Fuck, Kill (Czech Republic, Slovakia)
Directed by Mira Fornay (Slovakia)


Source: Film New Europe